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Lot 55    Session 1 (9.30am Tuesday)    Mis-strikes and Varieties

Estimate $250

GEORGE V, florins, 1926, 1927, 1928 and 1931, believed to be contemporary forgeries, die struck in high silver. Very good - nearly very fine. (4)

Sometimes attributed to the Australian counterfeiters Marden and Twible.

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